CEO Jilliene Helman Speaks at NY Real Estate Conference
Jilliene Helman Speaking at NY Real Estate Conference
RealtyMogul.com announced that its founder and CEO, Jilliene Helman, will participate in a crowdfunding panel discussion that will be part of the FundingPost Real Estate Investing Conference in New York City on Thursday, November 14, 2013. The discussion, “Using Crowdfunding to Raise Capital for Real Estate” will be part of an all-day series of presentations to real estate investors as well as entrepreneurs and real estate companies and service providers.
“New York remains the heart of the financial community, and is always a good place to meet real estate investors as well as other players in the industry,” said Ms. Helman. “This conference will bring together some big real estate players and will thus provide us with an ideal audience. Moreover, our particular panel discussion goes right to the essence of what we do here at RealtyMogul.com – using crowdfunding to raise capital for real estate. It’ll be interesting to share our own experience with others in the industry, at a conference directed to the larger real estate community.”
The FundingPost Real Estate Investing Conference will take place on Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 8:00 am-5:30 pm at 75 Wall Street in New York City. More information can be viewed at http://www.fundingpost.com/breakfast/reg1.asp?event=255.
RealtyMogul.com is crowdfunding for real estate, a marketplace for accredited investors to pool money online and buy shares of real property like office buildings, apartment buildings and retail centers. Realty Mogul gives investors tools to browse investments, do due diligence, invest online and have 24/7 access to an investor dashboard to watch how their investments are performing. Realty Mogul partners with private real estate companies to source quality deal flow and curates all the investments. For these real estate companies, they have access to a broader capital pool and tools to do investor reporting, investor communication and distributions.